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Mute/Erase button
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Intercom
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CID and Scroll (down) button
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Phone book/Delete button
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Talk button
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CID and Scroll (UP) button
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Recall (R) and Off/On button
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OK/Menu button
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Redial button
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Installation
Index
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Unpacking........................... 5
Connection ......................... 5
Belt clip ............................... 6
Wall Mounting ..................... 6
Battery ................................ 6
Turning the Handset
On/Off................................. 6
Battery charge indicator ..... 7
Range ................................. 7
Headset .............................. 7
The Display......................... 8
Base Unit Indicator ............. 8
Operation
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Making a call....................... 9
Receiving a call .................. 9
Redial function.................... 9
Volume control.................... 9
Timer................................... 9
Mute button......................... 10
Paging................................. 10
Key lock .............................. 10
Optional network services .. 10
Key lock .............................. 17
System Settings
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Base unit ringer signal ........ 18
De-registering another
handset ............................... 18
PIN number......................... 18
Dialling method................... 19
R Button Time..................... 19
Reset Handset Defaults...... 19
Registration
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Select Base Unit ................. 20
Register a New Handset..... 20
Expanded System
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General Information............ 21
Multiple Handsets ............... 21
Intercom.............................. 22
Transferring calls between
handsets ............................. 22
Caller Identification
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Other
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Menu
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Troubleshooting
functions ............................. 23
Guarantee........................... 24
Phone Book
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Handset settings
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Warning tones .................... 16
Handset ringer signal.......... 16
Auto - Answer ..................... 16
User Name ......................... 17
Language............................ 17
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Unpacking
The package contains:
- Handset
- Base unit
- 2 NiMH rechargeable batteries
- Mains adapter
- Line cord
- Guarantee Card (AU & NZ only)
Models with extra handset (+1) also include an additional handset, batteries, charger
and adapter.
IMPORTANT!
Only use with the supplied power adapter/s. Connect correct adapter according to indication.
Connection
1. Connect the mains adapter to the y socket on the base unit and to an electrical wall
socket.
2. Carefully remove the battery cover from the back of the handset by inserting an
unfolded paper clip or similar small item into the hole in the bottom of the handset.
Insert the batteries ensuring correct battery polarity is observed. Replace the battery
cover.
3. Place the handset in the base unit, with the keypad facing outwards. Once the handset is
correctly positioned in the base unit, a beep will be heard.
4. Charge the handset batteries for 24 hours initially (thereafter fully discharged batteries
will take 10 hours to recharge).
5. ONCE CHARGED, connect the line cord to the socket marked T on the base unit
and then to a telephone network wall socket.
6. A click will be heard when the modular plug is correctly connected.
Only for models with an extra handset (+1):
7. Connect the mains adapter to the y socket on the charger unit and to an electrical
wall socket.
8. Carefully remove the battery cover from the back of the handset by inserting an unfolded
paper clip or similar small item into the hole in the bottom of the handset. Insert the
batteries ensuring correct battery polarity is observed. Replace the battery cover.
9. Place the additional handset in the charger pod with the keypad facing out and charge
the handset battery without interruption for 24 hours initially (thereafter fully discharged
batteries will take 10 hours to recharge).
Please note!
Under power failure conditions this telephone will not operate. Please ensure that a separate telephone not
dependant on local power is available for emergency use. Do not place the base unit close to other electrical
equipment such as TV sets, computer screens, telecom equipment, fans etc. This will minimize the risk of
interference. Do not place the base unit in areas where it will be exposed to direct sunlight or other major heat
sources. Only use with the supplied power adapter/s. Connect correct adapter according to indication.
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Belt clip
A belt clip is permanently fitted to the back of the handset allowing the handset to
be attached to a belt, waistband or similar.
Wall Mounting
The base unit can be wall mounted by fitting the enclosed wall bracket to the
underside of the base unit. A click will be heard as it locks into place.
The wall bracket can be removed by pressing the lock tab located on the underside
of the base.
Battery
The telephone is supplied with environmentally friendly nickel metal hydride
(NiMH) batteries – 2 x AAA 1.2V. As with all batteries, performance may degrade
over time; should you notice that the standby time has reduced considerably or
there are signs of leakage, the batteries should be replaced.
Fully charged batteries will last for approx. 100 hours in standby or approx. 10
hours call time. These operation times apply at normal room temperature.
Completely discharged batteries will take about 10 hours to fully recharge (24 hours
from new).
Please note that the battery charge indicator | in the handset display flashes
while the handset is charging and will stop when the battery is fully charged.
The base unit has an automatic charging mechanism that prevents the batteries
from being overcharged or damaged by prolonged charging.
Please note!
The recharging system used in this model may result in the handset and the batteries warming up.
This is normal and will not harm the equipment.
When the telephone is installed for the first time, the batteries must be charged for 24 hours
before use. Use DORO original batteries only. The guarantee does not cover any damage caused
by incorrect use of batteries. Please dispose of any batteries in a responsible and environmentally
friendly manner.
Turning the Handset On/Off
Press and hold the ! button for a few seconds to turn the handset off or on.
When the handset is turned off, no calls can be made or received. The handset
is designed to be always turned on, i.e. it is not necessary to turn it off overnight.
However, we recommend turning the handset off if it is not to be used for a
prolonged period of time, e.g. during a holiday. If the batteries run low, the handset
will turn off.
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Battery charge indicator
The symbol | in the display indicates when it is time to recharge the
batteries. The indicator has three segments, which disappear as the battery
charge decreases. When the batteries are running low, a warning tone will
be heard. If the handset is not recharged at this time, the phone will cease to
function until it is recharged.
Range
The range of the telephone varies depending on different factors in the
surrounding environment. The radio waves transmitting the call may be
hindered by obstructions or signal reflections that can reduce the range.
Specified ranges require unobstructed transmission between the handset and the
base unit. In such ideal conditions the telephones range can be up to 300 metres.
In a densely populated area, house, apartment, etc. the range of the telephone
will be reduced. Try to get the best range by relocating the base unit. The ideal
location for the base unit is a high and unobstructed place.
Out of range warning
If during a call the handset is carried too far from the base unit a warning tone
will be heard. Unless the handset is moved closer to the base unit within a few
seconds the call will be lost. For information on how range warning is switched
on, see page 16.
Headset
When using an optional headset, there is no change in the way a call is received
or made. When a headset is connected, the microphone and earpiece of the
handset are automatically disconnected. This telephone supports the use of a
mute button on the headset cable.
Please note
Immediately reduce the earpiece volume on the handset when connecting an optional headset.
The performance of a non-original DORO headset cannot be guaranteed.
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The Display
Indicator
b
Function
Phone Book.
N
Key Lock.
w
Menu.
Q
Indicates that a call is connected.
EXT
External call.
INT
Intercom Function.
|
Battery charge indicator.
Numbers in Caller ID log (CID).
Answered call in number memory.
Shown within reception range. Flashes when out of range.
Base Unit Indicator
y/Q
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Permanently lit in standby mode, flashes during a call and
when the telephone rings.
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Operation
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IMPORTANT
Please note when programming all references to press = to press and then immediately release
the button.
Making a call
1. Enter the required telephone number. Mistakes can be erased using C.
2. Press q the telephone number will now be dialled.
3. Press q again to terminate the call.
Receiving a call
1. Wait for the handset to ring.
2. Press q to answer the call.
3. Press q again to terminate the call.
Please note!
If the telephone cannot connect to a line, a warning tone will be heard. The problem may be
due to the batteries running low, the handset being too far from the base unit or all of the
transmission channels being engaged.
Redial button
The five most recently dialled numbers can easily be redialled using r.
1. Press r and scroll { /} to the required telephone number.
2. Press q the displayed telephone number will now be dialled.
Volume control
The earpiece volume may be adjusted during a call by pressing { /}.
Timer
Within approximately 15 seconds after the connection of a call, a timer will be
shown on the display. The timer helps you keep track of how long the call lasts.
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Operation
Mute button
The microphone can be muted during a call by pressing z . Press z again to reactivate the microphone.
MUTE will be displayed for as long as the function is active.
Paging
Pressing j on the base unit will activate the paging signal on the handset. This
function is used to help locate the handset or to page the person carrying the
handset. Press j again on the base unit to cancel the signal
Key lock
This function locks the push buttons on the handset to prevent unintentional
usage.
1. Press and hold * until the display shows N.
2. Deactivate the key lock by pressing any button followed by the * button.
Calls can still be received even if the key lock is active. When the call is fi nished
the handset returns to locked mode.
Recall
Access to additional network services can be gained by using the recall button
R , * and # keys. Contact your network operator for more information.
Press the recall button R followed by the extension number to transfer a call
when connected to a PBX (TBR only).
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Caller Identification
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Explanation of Caller ID
Caller ID allows you to see who is calling before you answer a call, and see who
has called in your absence. If a name is attached to the telephone number and
stored in the phone book, the name will be displayed.
The call log will store up to 30 telephone numbers. When the log is full the
oldest number will be deleted automatically, as the new call is logged.
In standby new calls are highlighted with a flashing
in the display, when
scrolling answered calls are indicated by
. While scrolling through the Caller
ID log the start/end of the list will be indicated be a long beep.
Please note!
In order for numbers to be shown, you must subscribe to the Caller ID service provided by
your network operator and a current subscription in place. Contact your operator for more
information.
CID on Call Waiting
While on a call and another call comes in the display will show only the second callers name
(if stored in the phone book or sent by the network operator). If the callers name is not stored
in the phone book or sent by the net work the display will show
. In some countries the
network operator sends the name MOBILE when the call is from a mobile network, in this
case it will be necessary to press the 0 to see the number of the second caller.
Retrieving and Dialling Incoming Numbers.
1. Press
2. Scroll { /} to the required telephone number. Press 0 the time and date
the call was logged will now be displayed.
3. Press q to dial the displayed number, or press and hold x to return to
standby mode.
Messages
Besides showing telephone numbers, the display may also show a number of
messages.
UNAVAILABLE
WITHHELD
MOBILE.
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It is an International call or a call from a PBX (no
information received)
Information on the number is blocked. The call could
also be from a PBX.
Transmitted by the network operator instead of the
caller name.
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Caller Identification
Erase number
1. Press
.
2. Scroll { /} to the required telephone number.
3. Press C to erase the individual selected entry, alternatively press and hold C
until DELETE ALL? is displayed.
4. Press 0 to confirm
Transferring Numbers to the Phone Book
1. Press
.
2. Scroll { /} to the required telephone number.
3. Press w until the display shows ADD ENTRY?
4. Press 0. The display will now show NAME?
5. Enter a name by pressing the corresponding number button until the
required letter is displayed, see the table on page 13. Press x to delete or
make changes.
6. When the entire name has been entered press
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0.
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Menu
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Description of the menu system
The telephone has a menu system, controlled by the following buttons:
w /0
Access to the menu system. Move one step forward and/or
confi rm selected option.
{ /}
Scroll through the menu alternatives.
x
Used to go back one step or to exit the menu system
C
Used to erase.
The menu contains the following main headings:
PHONE BOOK Under this setting you can store or change entries in the phone
book.
HANDSET Setting the handset ringer, melody, language etc.
SETUP Setting the base unit ringer, melody, PIN code etc.
REGISTER Used to register extra handsets.
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Phone Book
Using the Phone Book
Use the phone book to store telephone numbers and names. A stored telephone
number can be dialled using fewer keystrokes than if dialled manually. If you
subscribe to a Caller ID service, the name/number of the caller will be shown
while receiving an incoming call (for those numbers stored in the Phone book).
The phone book will store 30 names/phone numbers. Entries in the phone book
are arranged alphabetically. Every name can be up to 12 characters in length,
and telephone numbers can be up to 20 digits in length.
There are three different ringer tunes, depending on who has rung (only
functions if you subscribe to the caller identification service).
Letters
Each number key has been allocated certain letters.
Button
Letters/symbols
1.......................................... [Space character] --1
2.......................................... A B C 2
3.......................................... D E F 3
4.......................................... G H I 4
5.......................................... J K L 5
6.......................................... M N O 6
7.......................................... P Q R S 7
8.......................................... T U V 8
9.......................................... W X Y Z 9
0.......................................... 0
Storing Names/Numbers
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to PHONE BOOK. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to ADD ENTRY. Press 0.
4. Enter name. Press the corresponding number button one or more times for
the first letter, see the table above. Use x to erase or make changes.
5. Press 0
6. Enter the telephone number, including the area code. Press 0.
7. Scroll { /} to the desired ringer signal for the number. Press 0.
8. If you want to store more numbers, press 0 or hold x down to conclude.
Press r if you need to isert a pause in the telephone number.
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Dialling from the Phone book
1. Press b .
2. Scroll { /} through the phone book. It is also possible to perform a quicksearch, press the number button corresponding to the first letter of the name
required one or more times, see the table on page 14.
3. Press q the displayed number will now be dialled.
Changing Phone Numbers/Names
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to PHONE BOOK. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to MODIFY ENTRY. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to the name/number you wish to modify. Press 0.
5. Delete the name using C, press the number button corresponding to the first
letter of the name required one or more times, see the table on page 14. Press
0.
6. Delete the number using C, enter the new telephone number. Press 0.
7. Scroll { /} to the desired melody. Press 0.
8. Press and hold x to return to standby.
Erasing a Phone Book Entry
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to PHONE BOOK. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to DELETE ENTRY. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to the name/number you wish to delete. Press 0.
5. Press 0 again to confirm.
6. Press and hold x to return to standby.
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Handset settings
Warning tones
You can switch on or off the unit’s various warning signals.
KEYTONE Heard when the buttons are pressed.
LOW BATTERY Heard when the battery is running low.
OUT RANGE Heard if the headset is taken out of range.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Press w.
Scroll { /}
Scroll { /}
Scroll { /}
Scroll { /}
to HANDSET. Press 0.
to BEEP. Press 0.
to the desired function (see above). Press 0.
to either On or Off. Press 0 to save.
Handset ringer signal
The handsets ringer volume and melody type can be selected for both external
(EXT) and internal (INT) calls.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to HANDSET. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to either EXT MELODY, INT MELODY, EXT RING VOL,
INT RING VOL. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to the required setting. Press 0 to save.
Auto - Answer
When activated this feature allows incoming calls to be connected immediately
the handset is lifted from the base unit.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to HANDSET. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to AUTO-ANSWER. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to either On or Off. Press 0 to save.
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User Name
The text displayed in standby mode can be customised. Maximum 10 characters.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to HANDSET. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to NAME. Press 0.
4. Delete the name using C, press the number button corresponding to the first
letter of the name required one or more times, see the table on page 14.
5. Press 0 to save.
Language
Display texts can be shown in 5 different languages, English, Scandinavian
(DK/NOR/SVE), Italian, German and French.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to HANDSET. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to LANGUAGE. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to required language. Press 0 to save.
Key lock
The keypad buttons can be locked to prevent unintentional usage. Calls will still
be received with key lock active, when the call is finished the handset will return
to the locked mode.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to HANDSET. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to KEY LOCK. Press 0.
To remove the key lock.
4. Press any button on the handset.
5. Press * .
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System Settings
Base unit ringer signal
You can select an alternate ringer volume and melody type for the base unit.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to SETUP. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to BASE VOLUME or BASE MELODY. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to the required setting. Press 0 to save.
De-registering additional handsets
Any additional handsets can easily be de-registered from a base unit.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to SETUP. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to DEL HANDSET. Press 0.
4. Enter PIN number (0000 when supplied). Press 0.
5. Select the handset number for the handset to be erased. Press 0.
PIN number
The PIN number is a four-digit code that you can select to protect against
unauthorised use of certain functions.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to SETUP. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to PIN. Press 0.
4. Enter the current PIN number (0000 when supplied). Press 0.
5. Enter your new PIN number. Press 0.
6. Enter your new PIN number again. Press 0.
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Dialling method (UK only)
You can select either tone or pulse dialling, the standard setting is tone.
In normal domestic use, this setting should not require changing.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to SETUP. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to DIAL MODE. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to either TONE or PULSE. Press 0 to save.
Recall Button Time
In some advanced PBX systems the recall timing may require adjustment. In
normal domestic use, this setting should not require changing.
R-TIME 1=100/270 ms (normal), R-TIME 2=100/600 ms (AU & NZ).
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to SETUP. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to RECALL. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to the required setting. Press 0 to save.
Reset Handset Defaults
Resetting handset defaults will return most functions back to the factory
defaults. Registrations are not affected.
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to SETUP. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to DEFAULT. Press 0.
4. Enter PIN number (0000 when supplied). Press 0.
5. Press 0 to confi rm.
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Registration
Select Base Unit
You can manually select which base unit you wish the handset to communicate
with, alternatively the unit can automatically select which base unit to
communicate with (AUTO).
1. Press w.
2. Scroll { /} to REGISTER. Press 0.
3. Scroll { /} to SELECT BASE. Press 0.
4. Press the corresponding number button (1-4) for the required base unit,
alternatively scroll { /} to AUTO.
5. Press 0 to save.
Registering a New Handset
To enable the use of more than one handset a registration has to be performed.
Every new handset must be registered in order to use the current base unit.
Each base unit can handle up to 2 hand units.
On registration the handset is allocated a handset number for use on the new
base unit. The handset numbers are 1-2.
Additional handsets can be purchased from your local retailer. See also the
General Information chapter for more information.
1. Press and hold j on the base unit until y/Q starts flashing. Registration
mode will remain active for approximately 90 seconds.
2. Press w.
3. Scroll { /} to REGISTER. Press 0.
4. Scroll { /} to REG BASE. Press 0.
5. Select the base unit you wish to register to by pressing the corresponding
number button 1 - 4 . Previously registered base unit numbers will flash.
6. Enter PIN number (0000 when supplied). Press 0.
7. If the registration is successful the handset will return to standby mode after
a few seconds (max 90 secs).
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Expanded System
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General Information
DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone) is a digital method of
transmission for cordless telephones. You can:
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Use up to 2 handsets with the same base unit.
Make internal calls (intercom) and transfer calls between connected
handsets using the same base unit.
Use (register) up to 4 base units with the same handset.
Additional handsets can be purchased from your local retailer.
This model is GAP (Generic Access Profi le) compatible, which means that the
handset and the base unit can both be used with most other GAP-compatible
units irrespective of manufacturer. However, the GAP protocol does not
guarantee all functions will work.
Multiple Handsets
The multiple handset function has numerous practical applications, e.g.
employees in an office can have several handsets linked to the same base unit.
They could all answer an incoming call, make outgoing calls, use the handsets
internally as an intercom system, and also transfer external calls between the
handsets. To be able to use extra handsets with a base unit, you must register the
handset. Registration means that you inform the handset of which base unit it is
connected to.
On registration, the handset is allocated a specific handset number, e.g. “2.”
This number is also used for internal calls between handsets. When you
purchased the telephone, the handset was pre-registered with the accompanying
base unit. The handset has the handset number 1, which is shown in the display
in standby mode. Refer to the Registration chapter for more information.
If you wish to use several handsets with one base unit, you should ensure that
the base unit is positioned “in the middle”, to evenly divide the base unit range
among the handsets.
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Expanded System
Intercom
When using more than one handset with the same base unit, calls can be made
internally between the handsets, referred to as internal calls, or intercom.
Intercom calls can only be made between handsets connected to the same base
unit
1.Press i.
2.Enter the handset number for the handset that you wish to call, 1 - 2 .
Should an external call come in while an intercom call is in progress, a tone will
be heard and the EXT symbol will flash. You can then terminate the intercom
call by pressing q, in order to be able to receive the external call by pressing
q.
Transferring calls between handsets
An external call can be transferred from one handset to another so long as they
are both using the same base unit.
1.With an external call connected.
2.Press i.
3.Enter the handset number for the handset that you wish to call, 1 - 2 .
4.To transfer the call press q on the calling handset.
4.
If you decide not to transfer the call, press i again on the calling handset to
return to the external caller.
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Troubleshooting
Check that the telephone cord is undamaged and properly plugged in. Disconnect
any additional equipment, extension cords and other telephones. If the problem is
resolved, the fault is with the other equipment.
Test the equipment on a known working line. If the product works then the fault is
probably with the line. Please inform your local telephone company.
No Number Shown in Display When Ringing
- In order for this feature to function, you must subscribe to the Caller
Identification service from your network provider.
- If a text message shows on the display, the call may be an international call (no
data received), or from a private or blocked number.
-If MOBILE is displayed, the network operator has generated this call
description as a name. The display will alternate between MOBILE and the
number transmitted. The mobile number will not display if barring is active on
the calling mobile.
-If PAYPHONE is displayed the network operator has generated this call
description as a name. It is unlikely to receive an associated number with calls
from a payphone.
- It may not be possible to receive CID information if the phone operates in a
PBX system.
Warning Signal While Talking/Cannot Connect
- The batteries may be running low (recharge the handset).
- The handset may be (nearly) out of range. Move closer to the base unit.
Telephone does not work
- Check the adapter, is it correctly connected to the base unit and to the mains
power?
- Check that the telephone cord has been correctly connected to the base unit and
to the line socket.
- Check the charge status of the handset batteries.
- Try connecting another telephone, known to be in working order, to the line
socket. If that phone works, then it is likely that the equipment is faulty.
If the telephone still does not work, contact Doro support or the place of purchase.
Don’t forget the receipt or copy of the invoice.
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(Guarantee UK Only)
UK
If you cannot resolve the fault using the faultfinder section, technical support is
available on the Premium Rate Number: 0906 302 0114.
Calls cost 50 pence per minute (prices correct at the time of going to press),
and is operational between 9AM - 5PM Monday-Friday excluding Bank
Holidays. Alternatively,
E-mail on: tech@doro-uk.com
You can contact us in writing: Consumer Support Group, Doro UK Ltd.,
22 Walkers Road, North Moons Moat, Redditch, Worcestershire, B98 9HE,
(regarding any Spares or Technical query), or
Telephoning (Spares only): 01527 584377
Web site: www.doro-uk.com
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
This telephone complies with applicable international safety requirements for
exposure to radio waves.
The SAR-value of this product is not greater than 0.056 W/kg (measured over
10g of tissue).
The maximum limit according to WHO is 2W/kg (10g of tissue).
Guarantee
This product is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from the date of
purchase. Proof of purchase is required for any service or support required
during the guarantee period.
This guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by an accident or a similar
incident or damage, liquid ingress, negligence, abnormal usage or any other
circumstances on the purchaser’s part. Furthermore, this guarantee shall not
apply to a fault caused by a thunderstorm or any other voltage fluctuations.
This guarantee does not in any way affect your statutory rights. (As a
matter of precaution, we recommend disconnecting the telephone during a
thunderstorm.)
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Australia and New Zealand
Products permitted for connection to the telephone network are marked with
in Australia and
in New Zealand. These marks indicate the
products comply with the regulations and can be used without concern in the
country of purchase.
If you believe this product is malfunctioning, please refer to the relevant section
and/or consult the troubleshooting guide in this manual to ensure that you have
followed the instructions carefully. As an alternative you can visit our web site for
FAQ’s or send an e-mail for a prompt reply.
Electro Magnetic Radiation (EMR)
This telephone complies with applicable safety requirements for exposure to radio
waves.
The mean power of this telephone is not greater than 7.3 mW.
This is below the 20mW limit at which testing is required.
Guarantee
This product is guaranteed for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase.
Should you experience difficulties with the product, please contact us for assistance.
If the product is then found to be faulty you will be asked to return it directly to us
with a copy of the purchase receipt. This guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused
by an accident or a similar incident or damage, liquid ingress negligence, abnormal
usage or any other circumstances on the purchaser’s part. Furthermore, this
guarantee shall not apply to a fault caused by a thunderstorm or lightning, excessive
or any other voltage fluctuations or faults on the telephone line. (As a matter of
precaution, we recommend disconnecting the telephone during a thunderstorm).
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
AUSTRALIA
DORO Australia Pty Ltd
PO Box 6760
Baulkham Hills BC NSW 2153
Australia
NEW ZEALAND
Atlas Gentech (NZ) Limited
Private Bag 14927
Panmure
Auckland New Zealand
Consumer Support
Ph:
(02) 8853 8444
Fax: (02) 8853-8489
Email: support@doro.com.au
Web site: www.doro.com.au
Consumer support
Ph: 0900-500-25 (Toll Call)
Fax: (09) 574-2722
Email: support@atlasgentech.co.nz
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REN (RN for New Zealand)
The REN (Ringer Equivalence Number) or (RN) is of significance only if you wish
to connect more than 1 telephone to your telephone line. A standard telephone line
has a maximum REN capacity of 3 (RN of 5). It is possible to connect 3 devices with
a REN of 1 (RN of 1) with no degradation to the product’s performance. Exceeding
this limit may cause the volume of the ringer in any phone to decrease or not ring at
all.
Notes for Operation in New Zealand
The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that
Telecom has accepted that the item complies with the minimum conditions for
connection to its network. It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom,
nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no assurance that any
item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment
of a different make or model, nor does it imply that any product is compatible with all
of Telecom’s network services.
This equipment shall not be set to make automatic calls to the Telecom “111“
Emergency Service.
This equipment may not provide for the effective hand-over of a call to another
device connected to the same line.
This equipment should not be used under any circumstances that may constitute a
nuisance to other Telecom Customers.
CND PRODUCTS
If a charge for local calls is unacceptable, the “DIAL“ button should NOT be used
for local calls. Only the 7 digits of the local number should be dialled from your
telephone. DO NOT dial the area code digit or the “0“ prefi x.
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